If You Love Parachute, You Need to See Their First-Ever Furniture Collection

published Sep 15, 2021
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Hear ye, hear ye, Parachute fans: The editor-favorite home store is now officially your one-stop spot for all things sleep-related, including — as of today — bed frames.

Parachute’s first foray into furniture, the newly-launched line of ultra-modern pieces couldn’t feel (or look) more on brand… you know, that whole relaxed, minimalist California aesthetic. All three frames — The Canyon, Dune, and Horizon — come upholstered in a handful of fabrics and hues, like a faux shearling or a linen cotton blend. In addition, as the names imply, they’ve each been inspired by the label’s Los Angeles home base in terms of silhouettes and color palette.

Despite the modern designs, the collection still feels ageless through and through. Prices run a bit high — starting at $1,800 — but you’re investing in a high-quality, tasteful bed to love (and sleep in) for years to come. You can count on the utmost comfort, as well… this is Parachute, after all. Shop the selections now online (or in one of Parachute’s 12 brick-and-mortar stores), and get to know the beds below. Psst: Be on the lookout for even more styles debuting in early 2022, too.

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A cool split-back frame makes up The Dune... which, you guessed it, takes its namesake from California sand dunes. It’s honestly perfect for sharing with an S.O., too. The clearly-defined modules denote individual sleeping spots. Plus, they’re subtly sloped for extra pre-bedtime reading support.

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The Canyon frame looks like one giant (albeit sophisticated) hug, thanks to a curved shape and tall headboard. I mean, come on, who wouldn’t want to wake up in this bed every morning? Catch some zzz’s in the sleek Charcoal hue shown here, or customize with a lighter tone to complement your room.

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I love The Horizon for its clean, arched headboard — it’s modeled after Venice Beach sunrises and a (refreshingly) much softer take on traditional beds. Top off the look with an optional matching footboard.